Exercise

# ROC curve

Let's now create an ROC curve for our random forest classifier. The first step is to calculate the predicted probabilities output by the classifier for each label using its `.predict_proba()`

method. Then, you can use the `roc_curve`

function from `sklearn.metrics`

to compute the false positive rate and true positive rate, which you can then plot using `matplotlib`

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A `RandomForestClassifier`

with a training set size of 70% has been fit to the data and is available in your workspace as `clf`

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Instructions 1/4

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- Compute the predicted probabilities of
`clf`

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